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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A HERALDZEITUNG February 2007 Comal County Junior Livestock Show top award winners I Cattle show Grand champion Skye Boyles Reserve grand champion Kandra Acker Heifer show Grand champion Amanda Cantwell Reserve grand champion Amanda Cantwell Broiler show Grand champion Logan Machalec Reserve grand champion Matthew Shaffer Turkey show Grand champion John Gaitan Reserve grand champion Sharris Vader Lamb show Grand champion Kelsie Asher Reserve grand champion Tori Schwarzlose I Hog show Grand champion Taylor Walker Reserve grand champion Tandra Bearden I Goat show Grand champion Mackenzie Kelly Reserve grand champion Lauren Clay Eastwood I Breed stock show Best in show and winner of the Maureen Dunckel trophy Kaitlin OBrien Reserve best in show Klint Krueger NEW TO NEW BRAUNFELS Eye Contact Exam SPCCS is proud to announce the addition of Richard MD Board Certified Ophthamologist Eye Contact LASIK Annual Diabetic Screening Large selection of Glasses Ted 1551 Walnut New TX Accepting New Patients fmediate Availability Call 830 62SPECS For Appointments Call 8306277327 JnirfuJuUory liyt SHOW CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Siblings worked together for big win Skye Paulie Skye and Trevors said it meant a lot for the family to have a grandchampion My heart just I wasnt expecting she said after the This is an opportunity I wish everyone could The Broyles other two a Limousin and a Sim VALENTINE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Some residents responsive to drive attorney to discuss the recall issue during Mondays coun cil Valentine did not return four messages seeking com ment left on his home phone and cell phone Jennifer Zingery said she doesnt think Valentine listens to the people in his She was one of several resi dents who spoke against new river ordinances during the 12 city council The supported both won first place in their respective weight divi Paulie Broyles said that the childrens money will go toward their college Skye said she looks forward to a few more years of youth stock shows before studying to become an exotic animal Trevor said he will attend Blinn College next year and hopes to become an anes both siblings said cattle raising remain a part of their by passed with a vote of Im one of his constituents and it was enough for me that hed already made up his mind about the issue before he heard any of us ONE HEALTH HOSPICE professional For more than 20 weve provided comprehensive home health care to patients in Hays and Gonzales And qualifying patients receive a free Personal Emergency Response Guadalupe Regional EH HOME HEALTH HOSPICE H For more call RODEO Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo JM 16 Days of Bull Riding Concerts March Concerts Purchase tickets at or call 512 TOYOTA SOUTHWEST Promoting Youth Education Preserving Western Heritage Kevin FowlerMuch 10 The WreckersMarch 11 Stoney LaRue March 12 Free Concert 13 Trace AdtansMarch 14 Taylor HicksMarch is Josh TurnerMarch 16 Blake SheltonMarch IT Miranda Lambert March 17 Diana ReyesMarch is Eli Young Band March 19 Tree Concert ForeignerMarch 20 Kenny RogersNirch 22 LonestarMarch 23 Neal McCoyMarch2 Ken Valentine she said dur ing Satur days District 6 resident Pat Fardal signed the petition after recall supporters knocked on the door of her Briarwood Drive She said the situation is a power struggle and residents My heart just I wasnt expecting This is and opportunity I wish everyone could Paulie Broyles mother of grandchampion winner I raise my own herd of cattle and Ill keep that herd at home in Spring Branch while Im in Trevor Its something I always want to must show the council that they are watching the actions of government I wish that people only knew that if they dont get this situation in hand it could be a real she Robert a petition drive said groups knocked on doors in District 6 for more than five hours on At least 221 signatures are needed before a recall elec tion can be Before the about 40 people had signed support ing a recall Lee Final numbers were not avail able late ECONOMICAL AUTO REPAIR All work Check my tWill beat any shop Call Steve i 15 off 1 scheduled maintenance service Off State of the Art Computer Diagnostic Parts fi Labor Call For Details On Other Coupons Rebuilt and Used Engines Trans Installed at Discount Prices 839 135 New TX Walnut Business Center Behind McDonalds Presented by Brev Donald Bedford A REAL KICK IN THE FACE A recent review of and facial injuries by oral surgeons revealed that 20 percent of the injuries involved amateur soccer The most common of these soccerrelated injuries were dental followed by fractures of the lower jaw and problems with the teniporomandibular joint which moves the As for about twothirds of Ihe injuries occurred when soccer players ran inlo one Other injuries were the result of impact with equipment or he Mouthguards and faceguards could prevent many of these hut soccer players are generally reluctant to wear these protective at leasl until they suffer an Dentists highly recommend that young athletes not wail that Properly and custom fabricated mouthguards are essential in the prevention of athletic Talk to your dentist about having a custom mouthguard made specifically for you or your They will fit comfortably and offer the best protection for your or their At BEDFORD FAMILY we believe in Ihe importance of regular dental health Were located at 831 Suite where we encourage children and adults to start and continue a healthy habit of regular dental checkups so their smiles will last a We want you and your family to look and feel your very Please call us at to schedule an We have flexible payment plans and accept most Let us give you something to smile We excel in crcatingbeautiful smiles The Kiwanis Family of New Braunfels Thanks Our Generous Sponsors for the 2007 Mile of Quarters Coin Toss Sponsors Lattimore Ready Mix Republic Beverage Company Red Zone Sponsors AAmigo Bail Bonds GuadaComa CEMEX Larry Phelps Estes Audiology The Matt Kyle Law Firm First Down Sponsors finish Electric Big A Is Gardens Court mid Diane van Sickler Dublin El Jardin Felger and Friends First State Bank Freiheit Country Store Get Fit with Cindy Yancy Gutlirie s Landscape Service Indian Ridge Runners Jazzercise of New Braunfels Jefferson Bank Jon Ellis Law Office of Gary Mathis The Maxwell Family Medina Refrigeration and AC FixIt A uto Service New Braunfels Rainbow Girls Nicole s Paul and Janie Freestone Plumb Family Chiropractic Provider Ramon Roy and Jean Briggs San Antonio Roofers Supply Group The Shirt Hans Iideo Iinevard Newspaper of the Year HERALDZEITUNG High winds create dust spark grass fires DALLAS AP Gusty winds reaching 60 mph helped fuel dozens of grass Ores across destroying three homes near Midland and forcing evacuations at Fort authorities Nancy a Fort Hood said the fire began behind an on base store at about Strong winds just caused it to she We had to evacuate the post the commissary and some of our military Diane another said three housing units were evacuated and a tire storage facility was No injuries were said who didnt know the cause of the fire or how many people were evac Dozens of homes were threatened across Texas as liigh dry weather and low humidity fueled said Traci a spokes woman for the Texas Forest No injuries were reported in the 15acre fire near Mid said Dale Midland County fire He said the destroyed structures included two mobile Little said the fire started late morning when winds as high as 58 mph blew down an electric which sparked a fire in the It just went so he The fire was almost extin guished by late In Valley about 20 miles northwest of a store clerk was injured when wind gusts knocked down a centuryold stone wall of a small grocery The clerk was treated at the scene and sent the Waco Tri buneHerald reported for Saturdays online The winds kicked up dust across North turning skies brown and cutting vis ibility to less than a mile in some places Saturday after The dust storm extended from Lubbock to North Brisk winds from the west also forced the cancellation of 90 flights at DallasFort Worth International OUGHTS Jacob Puente FINDING YOUR NICHE Cremated remains dial are consigned lo an uni may he buried in ihe ground and marked with a memorial or An urn may also be plaeed in a which may he Icxated within a mausoleum or Whether it is located indoors or or is Iree standing or a columbarium contains numerous small Each niche is designed lo hold an urn with cremated This setting provides visitors with a physical place with Ihe same dignity and serenity of a traditional where tliey can be in die presence of dieir loved ones remains and contemplate his or her Tills is a very important aspect ofihe grieving process for survivors of die One of die best ways to begin pre planning your funeral is by speaking to a local funeral They may he able tn oiler guidance or liave a preplanning guide dial you can fill There are 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